Asus Zenfone M2 Pro Review and Specifications

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Asus introduces there new smartphone in the mid range segment. The company launches there two smartphones i.e. Asus Zenfone M2 and Zenfone M2 Pro. The company is ready to compete with Realme 2 Pro and Honor 8X.

Display and Design

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The smartphone has a 6.26 inches display with FHD+ resolution protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The 3D glass like rear panel with a wave design makes the phone look premium when you take in hand. Design seems to look upgraded compare to the Zenfone M1 Pro. Also Gorilla Glass 6 gives the flagship protection to the device. Notch size seems to be look medium and it is same as like Honor 8X.

Performance

The smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset which is a octa core processor manufactured on 14 nm of technology. The Smartphone has Adreno 512 GPU which gives you lag free gaming experience. Zenfone M2 Pro has a pure stock android based on Android 8.1. The Stock Android makes the device different from its competitor.

Camera

It has a dual rear camera setup at back. The primary camera has 12 Megapixel with Sony IMX486 sensor. It has a 1.25 micron pixel size with f/1.8 aperture provides you a clear shot at low light condition. The sencondary camera has a 5 Megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture to provide you a bokeh effect in portrait mode. The device supports 4k UHD video recording with the support of EIS. The selfie camera has a 13 Megapixel sensor with aperture f/2.0 coupled with a LED flash.

Battery and Other Features

The phone has a 5000 mAh battery capacity. Asus say they optimize it to provide users a 2 Days battery life. Other feature including the NXP soundamp technology gives you immersive audio experience. It has a dedicated fingerprint scanner at back with a support of face unlock. All the major sensors are present in the device.

Variants

1. 3/32 GB for 12,999 Rs
2. 4/64 GB for 14,999 Rs
3. 6/64 GB for 16,999 Rs

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